Bargain Hunter: Rocket yoga helps you reach for the stars

 

Fancy getting fit at an al fresco yoga class this summer? For the next two Fridays in London's Covent Garden fitness studio Yotopia is offering outdoor Rocket Yoga classes, and asks attendees to simply pay what they can afford.

The Rocket is a style of yoga developed by a San Francisco studio. It breaks down some of the rules of traditional Ashtanga and hopes, in the process, to make yoga more accessible. Classes will be held on Friday 2 and 9 August at 5.15pm-6.30pm in St Martin's Courtyard. There's no booking required and some mats will be provided, but you should bring your own to avoid disappointment. For more info go to yotopia.co.uk

Cut down on food and drink expense before you take off

If you're flying off on holiday soon you can get cut-price food and drink at many of the UK's major airports by downloading a voucher from Eat, Drink and Fly. The website offers a range of discounts of up to 20 per cent at restaurants, bars and coffee shops – including Frankie & Benny's, Giraffe, Garfunkel's, The Olive Tree, and Joe's Kitchen – at 11 UK airports. The airports are Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bournemouth, East Midlands, Gatwick, Glasgow, Heathrow, Liverpool, Luton, Manchester and Stansted. Go to eatdrinkandfly.com, pick your airport and terminal and download your discount voucher.

HotUKDeals will keep you posted on new bargains

It's always worth checking out the HotUKDeals forum as its members are swift to publicise new offers and happy to share their own research with each other. This week, for instance, the online community looked at the top five summer drinks savings, concluding that Asda provided the best deal for 29 of the 57 drinks listed. Go to HotUKDeals.com for the latest updates.

Cruise to The Big Apple has had £750 sliced off the price

Cruise Nation is offering a transatlantic cruise and New York City break leaving on 8 August from Southampton from £849. That's a saving of £750 and includes a three-night stay in New York. To book go to cruisenation.com

Have news of any great deals? Please send details and deadlines to yourmoney@independent.co.uk

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